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The Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) annually evaluates the state of Brevard’s transportation system. The results are summarized in the State of the System (SOS) report. The SOS considers usage and performance trends of various transportation modes — highways, transit, seaport, airport and space. Safety, mobility and congestion  levels are monitored. Long term trends and possible problem locations are identified. Thus, the SOS provides technical guidance to the TPO on where and how state and federal dollars can be programmed to enhance Brevard’s transportation system.

2018 State of the System Report (SOS)

2018 State of the System Flyer

2018 State of the System Safety Flyer

2017 State of the System Report (SOS)

2017 State of the System Flyer

2017 Safety Flyer

Corridor Summary Infographics

2017 PowerPoint Summary Presentation

 

Maximum Acceptable Volumes and Level of Service Table: 

2018 Functional Classification, MAV and LOS Table

2017 Functional Classification, Level of Service and Maximum Acceptable Volumes Table


Congestion Management System

One of the key responsibilities of the SCTPO is the annual monitoring/management of Brevard County’s transportation system. This is referred to the Congestion Management System (CMS). The Long Range Transportation Plan is where the CMS begins and the SOS is a key element of the CMS. As the SOS monitors countywide trends and tracks the performance of Brevard’s transportation system, the analysis is then used to feed directly into the Project Priorities selection and then once funded, into the Transportation Improvement Program.

The Congestion Management Process (CMP) process can be generally represented by five key steps:

 

Below is a flowchart representing the SCTPO’s CMS process. This flowchart can also be downloaded at the provided link.

SCTPO Congestion Management System Flowchart

SCTPO Congestion Management System Flowchart